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    Burrup "extremely profitable": Oswal

    Besieged Burrup Fertilisers chairman Pankaj Oswal has emerged after the appointment of receivers to the company, saying he welcomes the proposed sale of the business and that he has been trying to sell his shares in parent company Burrup Holdings all year ...
    Burrup "extremely profitable": Oswal

    Insolvency hits small biz hardest

    The country's top investment watchdog has released statistic showing that small businesses are the most frequent victims of insolvency. ...
    Insolvency hits small biz hardest

    WA company listing for Bouris venture

    A one-time labour recruitment company chaired by Lyndon Rowe is being used by Wizard Home Loans founder Mark Bouris for a back-door listing of his new venture on the Australian Securities Exchange. ...
    WA company listing for Bouris venture

    Small biz protected on public holidays

    Small businesses refusing to open on public holidays cannot be fined by the landlords, says Small Business Minister Simon O'Brien. ...
    Small biz protected on public holidays

    Xanadu, Radar make ASX debut

    Two West Australian junior miners have made their Australian Securities Exchange debut today, with mixed results. ...
    Xanadu, Radar make ASX debut

    Manic Monday for Aquila

    It was a case of good news, bad news and some interesting news yesterday for one of Western Australia's most successful companies, iron ore and coal miner Aquila Resources. ...
    Manic Monday for Aquila

    Business expectations fall

    The return of severe labour shortages is already starting to affect the confidence of WA employers as the cost of doing business continues to rise, says the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA. ...
    Business expectations fall

    MRRT report calls for royalty credits

    The federal government's own consultation group has thrown up a barrier to the hotly contested Minerals Resource Rent Tax, saying all state royalties should be credited to mining companies, in direct opposition to the goverment's stated position. ...
    MRRT report calls for royalty credits

    Cliffs approved for Mt Jackson deposit

    US-based miner Cliffs Natural Resources has received federal and state government approval to begin development at its Mount Jackson iron ore deposit, near its existing Koolyanobbing mine in the Pilbara. ...
    Cliffs approved for Mt Jackson deposit

    Lend Lease ties up Valemus deal

    Lend Lease has tied up its $960 million acquisition of Valemus Australia, the parent company of Abigroup, Baulderstone and Conneq. ...
    Lend Lease ties up Valemus deal

    Richard Court to chair IOH

    Former premier Richard Court will chair the Iron Ore Holdings board from next year, the company has announced today. ...
    Richard Court to chair IOH

    Atlas, Giralia announce agreed takeover

    Atlas Iron will take control of all Giralia Resources shares in an exclusive off-market takeover bid announced today, valuing the junior miner at $828 million. ...
    Atlas, Giralia announce agreed takeover

    Incitec, CSBP eye Burrup opening

    The problems besetting Burrup Holdings may add to the chances of Wesfarmers CSBP and Incitec Pivot pursuing circa-$500 million ammonium nitrate projects in Western Australia. ...
    Incitec, CSBP eye Burrup opening

    Dampier Port prepares for next 10 years

    Dampier Port is set to enter a decade of increased and diversified trade with a corresponding upgrade of infrastructure, according the port's authority. ...
    Dampier Port prepares for next 10 years

    CHOGM causes Forrest Place re-think

    Work on the next stage of the Forrest Place redevelopment has been scaled back temporarily due nextyear's Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. ...
    CHOGM causes Forrest Place re-think

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